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This is a basic rubric to grade student reading responses. I score my students on a scale of 0-4 and assign number grades to each score. I use this when grading their reading journal responses to text. I thought it'd be helpful for teachers to see
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This document provides information on the PARCC Narrative Writing Task. (This was created for a 6th grade class). Included in this document: - Basic tips on the task - Graphic organizers for both point-of-view writing and for a continuation story.
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This a document I created because I felt there was a lack of material out there to assist teachers with the writing tasks for the PARCC. It is geared toward 6th grade, but can be used for upper elementary or middle school. This is basically 2
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This is for those who want to simplify their reading surveys. This survey focuses on writing and reading and it can all be completed through a Google Form. Questions are typical of reading surveys, but also include personal interest questions and
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My students always seemed to struggle with coming up with main idea statements for non-fiction texts. They'd always write something like "how sharks hunt". They need to be more specific. This helps them be concise and to the point and also provides
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No more reading log! This will prove whether your students are doing their at-home daily independent reading. This can be used in place of a reading log or daily independent reading homework assignments. I found a log, digital or paper, was very
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This is a paperless method of collecting parental contact information. This was created through Google Forms. All you need to do is provide parents with the link to the form, then they fill it out on their computers/tablets and submit it to you!
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This is one page document that outlines the basic format of how to set up the paragraphs for all of the writing tasks for the PARCC. If you like this, I have a MUCH more detailed resource geared towards the Research Simulation and Literary
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Students write memoirs and then transfer them into an Instagram feed! Included in this document: - Directions on how to edit the documents (via Google Docs). - Directions on activity (write a memoir and turn into an Instagram Feed). - Basic
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As part of my upcoming Realistic Fiction: Character Study Unit, this chart is one of many charts used during Reading Workshop during this unit. This is a basic lesson on visualizing I did with my students. They defined what envisioning means and
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As part of my upcoming Realistic Fiction: Character Study Unit, this chart is one of many charts used during Reading Workshop during this unit. This is a basic lesson on inferring character emotions I did with my students. They identified a moment
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Help students build strong reading response paragraphs! As part of my upcoming Realistic Fiction: Character Study Unit , this chart is one of many charts used during Reading Workshop during this unit. This is an in-depth chart that teaches students
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This is a basic blank story structure chart that can be used with any story. It is completely editable. It works great with the paperless classroom and keeps students highly engaged.
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As part of my Realistic Fiction: Character Study Unit, this chart is one of many charts used during Reading Workshop during this unit. This is a basic lesson on point-of-view I did with my students. They learned basic types of point-of-view then
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As part of my Realistic Fiction: Character Study Unit , this chart is one of many charts used during Reading Workshop during this unit. This is a lesson on perspective. Students had to do the following in this lesson: - Identify how a character
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Going paperless? This is a document filled with interactive charts to use for a fiction-based unit with a focus of character study. Perfect for the paperless classroom! Students are a lot more engaged using these charts rather than paper and pencil.
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This chart was created with PARCC in mind. In PARCC analysis, I noticed a lot of questions and essays pertaining to point-of-view, specifically, how point-of-view affects the story. This is a graphic organizer to help students think critically about
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Currently, I teach 6th grade Language Arts Literacy in NJ. I will be going into my third year doing so. Prior to that, I've taught 3rd, 5th, and 7th grades. This upcoming school year will be my 8th year teaching! I've also written curriculum for my district and am called upon for guidance in the area of Language Arts Literacy.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I use the Reading and Writing Workshop model for majority of my lessons. I am sure to break up my lessons to allow for direct teaching, partner work, independent work, and reflection. I am a firm believer in utilizing strong mentor texts but also allowing student choice in their reading.

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I have a Bachelor's Degree in Education and Family and Child Studies and a Master's Degree in Literacy (which resulted in a Reading Specialist certification).

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

I am a big geek and I love it! I love science fiction, fantasy, comics, graphic novels, and video games. I try to incorporate this into my teaching regularly. I also try to encourage fitness and positive physical and mental health. My Twitter is @ReadWriteTeach2.